I only buy stocks that are ready to potentially move soon with tight Stop. I will take small loss quickly when it return back under the trend line or breakout point. http://treenhome.blogspot.com/2013/12/my-stock-trading-is-simple.html
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Full time trader. On Wall St. for over twenty years. Founder long/short hedge fund. Currently manages private accounts and personal money with a long/short strategy. To request my performance, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trendfollower trader (independent), senior contributor for TheStreet.com & Stockpickr.com. Chart reading junkie. Pattern recognition chart player. Day/swing trader. Love small caps. Give me a catalyst! Follow me on TWITTER for all posts @zerosum24
Runs the largest premium small cap stock service on the internet which focuses on teaching fundamental and technical trading. Main focus on short term and swing trades of stocks under $5.00 per share
Was a very active, successful trader. Serious injury with no insurance drained my savings. Got married. My incredibly smart wife suggested that I stop talking to the TV on how to trade and to use my knowledge instead to help others. So, here I am.
Twits ideas 4 my personal use on Biotech & chart trades, but not recommendations on buy or sell.
I fail 99% of the time. You've been warned! Ideas Always be FREE. Follow me on twitter @BiotechMoney18 for more trade ideas.
I'm a prop trader who mostly trades breakout patterns and momentum. I will either scalp, scale in intra-day, or will build a position for days anticipating a big move. Love volume. Love under $20 stocks.
Market technician, analyst and trader with over 25 years experience in global equity, forex and futures markets. Former sales trader to hedge funds/institutions, research analyst, prop trader, buy-side head of desk. Grass looks greener here.